A colourful variety with masses of brilliant orange pouch-shaped flowers over a long period from spring to autumn. Half-hardy, may be OK in sheltered gardens in well-drained soil, but if in doubt over winter somewhere frost free.
A small deciduous lacecap cultivar which produces its beautiful flowers over a long period in summer. The central sterile florets have a blue or pink tinge (blue on acid soil, pink on alkaline), the larger outer ray florets are white. Best in part shade, and moisture retentive soil. Makes a good container plant.
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Evergreen shrub with very sweetly scented, creamy-white flowers (to 3in across) in summer. This cultivar is supposed to be hardier than others, but is probably best treated as an indoor plant other than in warm moist gardens, e.g.
We've always used recycled and recyclable materials such as newspaper for packing and reused plastic to line our boxes but we are working towards furthering this by trialing biodegradable packing tape and other ways of reducing the use of plastic. We still grow our plants in plastic pots currently but these are always reused where possible